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Covenants: The Backbone of the Bible
April 4, 2018 by Whitney Woollard
We don’t talk a lot about covenants today. But we should. They’re one of the most important themes in the Bible because they act as the skeletons upon which the entire redemptive story is built. They’re like the backbone of the Bible. From Genesis on, God enters into one formal relationship after another (i.e., covenants) with various humans in order to rescue his world. These divine-human relationships push that narrative forward until it reaches its climax in Jesus. Thus, to tell the story of God redeeming his people through Jesus is to tell the story of God’s covenantal relationship with his people.
The Bible Project is on Apple TV
March 1, 2018 by The Bible Project
It is our goal to not only make The Bible and its overall story leading to Jesus more accessible but that our content is also accessible. We are happy to announce a new cool way to connect with our videos, Apple TV!
3 Easy Ways to Engage the Bible & Help to Get You Started
February 16, 2018 by The Bible Project
Here at The Bible Project we love the Bible. But you probably know that by now. We believe it's a divine-human book that speaks God's Word to his people and ultimately leads us to Jesus, the one who has power to change lives. Amazing, right? Through the Bible, Jesus can transform us.
BTS 19: Office Move
January 29, 2018 by The Bible Project
Go behind the scenes of our epic move... down the block. It is a work-in-progress, but we are really happy with the new space! Come check it out.
Revelation 21-22: A New Heaven & A New Earth
December 24, 2017 by The Bible Project
This is a modified selection from our Heaven & Earth Workbook which you can find in our Download Resources section. Jump in to find out more about the marrying of Heaven & Earth in the final book of the Bible, The Revelation.
2 Peter: The Delay of Jesus’ Return & the Crisis of Patience
December 10, 2017 by Whitney Woollard
Joining us to explore 2 Peter is a long-time contributor to the Bible Project, Whitney Woollard. Whitney is a writer, speaker, and Bible teacher in Portland, OR. She holds her M.A. in biblical and theological studies from Western Seminary and loves sharing her passion for the Bible with others. You can check out her work at www.whitneywoollard.com.
BTS 18: Read Scripture Books
December 4, 2017 by The Bible Project
The creation of the Read Scripture Coffee Table Book has been years in the making, go behind the scenes of this labor of love to see its evolution from concept to coffee table book.
Titus: A Counter-Cultural Gospel for Cretans
November 25, 2017 by Whitney Woollard
Joining us to explore Titus is a long-time contributor to the Bible Project, Whitney Woollard. Whitney is a writer, speaker, and Bible teacher in Portland, OR. She holds her M.A. in biblical and theological studies from Western Seminary and loves sharing her passion for the Bible with others. You can check out her work at www.whitneywoollard.com.
Colossians: A Christology Worth Singing
November 19, 2017 by Josh Hayes
Joining us to explore Colossians 1:15-20, is guest writer Josh Hayes, editor for The Gospel Project, and Ph.D. candidate at Westminster Theological Seminary.
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